Well-known social-media sensei Georgia McCabe and photo-imaging journalist/analyst Gary Pageau announced a partnership to jointly provide social media and marketing communication services.
Georgia McCabe is a digital-imaging pioneer, holding high-impact positions at IBM, Eastman Kodak Co. and Fujifilm U.S.A. She has turned her technical and marketing prowess to the social media world, focusing on ways consumers and businesses can connect for mutual benefit. McCabe’s accomplishments stretch back to the early foundations of what would eventually become social media when working with consumer digital photography at Kodak in the early ’90’s, then runs through the development of large scale image archiving for major news media, and culminates with her work as the first female Senior Vice President at Fujifilm where she was instrumental in the development of the consumer photography market including web photo sharing and web to retail printing. She is a frequent speaker and the author of “SocialMorphosis: Transforming your Business through Social Media,” a roadmap of implementation and measurement of social media strategies, and co-author, with Mari Smith, of “The Relationship Age.” Follow Georgia on Twitter [@mamagg] and Facebook [Facebook.com/GeorgiaLMcCabe].
Gary Pageau’s more than 25 years of editorial and marketing communications background complements McCabe’s services. Since 2012, Pageau has operated InfoCircle content marketing services, providing a range of editorial, corporate communications, and research services. InfoCircle clients are mixture of local and national consumer-imaging and technology firms, including MailPix.com, Vivid-Pix, Darwill Inc., AAA Imaging, Picture This…Jackson, Jackson Area Catholic Schools, and Jackson Inventors Network. Pageau also contributes to DI Reporter, KioskMarketplace.com and Jackson Magazine and is editor of Photo Newsline (www.photonewsline.com). Follow Gary on Twitter [@garypageau] and [@photonewsline].
Together, McCabe and Pageau provide social-media and content-marketing services to Mediaclip Inc., the premier developer of white-label software solutions allowing for the creation of a wide range of personalized printed products.